WILDLIFE AND PARKS COMMISSION APPROVES 2009 BIG GAME SEASONS
THE TRUTH ABOUT TURKEYS
LENEXA TO HOST ADVANCED HUNTER EDUCATION COURSE JUNE 18-AUGUST 6
YMCA OF TOPEKA TO HOST NATIONAL YOUTH OUTDOOR PROGRAM
CHAMBER ORCHESTRA TO FEATURE WILDLIFE, AGRICULTURE PHOTOS
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Deer, antelope, elk seasons set at public hearing in Oakley
OAKLEY -- The Kansas Wildlife and Parks Commission approved 2009 big game season regulations at a public hearing in Oakley April 16. Meeting at the Logan County Courthouse, the commission set seasons for deer, antelope, and elk.
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Improved turkey habitat can conflict with needs of quail
PRATT -- Kansas spring turkey season is in full swing, and many hunters are enjoying the abundance of this large game bird. Other hunters who enjoy turkey hunting but also like to quail hunt may be wondering why turkey populations have surged in recent years while quail populati ... Read More


Wingshooting the focus of eight-week course
PRATT -- Kansas volunteer hunter education instructors will conduct an eight-week advanced course in wingshooting beginning Thursday, June 18, through August 6. The course will run from 5:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. every Thursday evening for eight consecutive weeks at the Powder Creek Shooting Park, ... Read More


Youth introduced to archery, firearm safety, trapper education, conservation programs
TOPEKA -- The YMCA of Topeka will host a Trailblazer Adventure Day on April 25 at Camp Hammond in Berryton. Trailblazer Adventure, a program of the U.S. Sportsmen’s Alliance Foundation (USSAF), is designed to introduce families to outdoor activities ... Read More


Clay Center theater features work of local photographers
CLAY CENTER -- On May 2, the Community Chamber Orchestra of Clay County will feature a multimedia concert entitled “Agriculture and the Arts” at Clay Center's historic Rex Theater. Combining wildlife and rural landscape photographs with live music, the event will debut on Saturd ... Read More